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The University of Sydney  The University of Sydney

The University of Sydney, founded in 1850, has an international reputation for outstanding teaching and research excellence. Top-level academics and students come here from around the world to research and study across the broadest range of disciplines in Australia, from the most theoretical to the most applied. University is committed to finding the best in people of potential from all social backgrounds. The University holds a strong position as the leading first-preference university for school leavers starting tertiary education in New South Wales. That level of demand has enabled the University to attract high-achieving students – 43 per cent of first-year applicants receiving offers from the University in 2006 had a UAI of at least 95.

The University has lecture theatres with state-of-the-art audiovisual facilities, labs with all the latest technology, farms and clinics. In fact, the University has 10 different teaching campuses spread throughout the Sydney area. As a global university, many of University degrees have a strong international emphasis and they offer comprehensive exchange program that will allow students to travel and experience a different culture while they learn.



  • Master of Engineering 
  • Master of Architecture 
  • Master of Laws
  • Master of Management 



  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Engineering 
  • B.Com. (Hons) 
  • Bachelor of Economics 
  • Bachelor of Science (Molecular Biology & Genetics)